Taking care of an indoor Aloe Vera plant shouldn't be hard! Find a spot inside right next to your sunniest window, and park the plant there to recover. it was fine indoors for a month then it started to bend over. Aloe Vera Plant Leaves Bending and Has Weak Growth If your Aloe has weak, floppy growth, and perhaps even leaves that are bent or creased, the most likely cause is not enough light. 7 posts • Page 1 of 1. Bunny0306 Full Member Posts ... the next leaf has a brown spot and is soft and bending in the middle It was originally in a window with part sun and I would let the soil dry out before watering. Please help me because I don't want it to die, they are very beautiful plants. The plant gets a good deal of sunlight, it is about two feet wide. Sad Aloe Vera w/pic. From The Garden Forum: Hi all! Information indicates this plant is hardy in USDA Zones 7-9. Lift Aloe vera from its pot. How to fix. TGH. Aloe Vera Plant Leaves Bending. A shallow container won’t allow the plant to develop enough strong roots to remain upright. One sign that your aloe vera needs water is dropped slightly transparent leaves. The key to controlling the size of Aloe Vera plants is to propagate them because they will produce pups and those grow new plants. Every month or so. It is leaning to one side. It's impossible to provide too much sun inside. As seen in the picture, the lower leaves are watered stained, I hadn't given it much importance thinking it is just the natural process of the plant shedding its lower leaves. Sad Aloe Vera w/pic. Out of like 20 something houseplants, it is my favorite. It’ll eventually go away. She has this long stem as her leaves tend to brown and wilt once in awhile and we cut them. It seems like someone snapped it in two and the green skin is keeping it together (the skin is all one piece. I have an aloe vera plant that was given to me 2 years ago. Use spray with pure water to clean them at least once a week in winter and twice a week in summer. Besides possessing healing properties, aloe vera plants are known to propagate easily with a little know-how. Letting it get too cold can have the same effect, so don’t let your aloe get colder than 50 degrees Fahrenheit (10 degrees Celsius). The aloe leaves can bend due to dry rot disease. Welcome to The Garden Helper! I water about once a week, a little more right now as it's very warm and seems to dry quickly. Bigger pot though and should I cut her back somewhere? This is because otherwise the plant will not contain the right nutrients for the skin, resulting ineffective. While the aloe vera plant can live in temperatures outside of this range, this is the ideal range (especially if you are keeping the plant indoors). I’ve also read about some aloes like to have a long stem and be on the ground. Because I store it in the fridge, the cool goo feels oh so good. Questions like this should be posted with the "cacti & succulents" tag and then there will be lots of advice forthcoming. Is this corner too dark? It grows best in full sun. Aloe grows in direct sunlight but too much direct sunlight can be dangerous and damage the plant. Try to avoid too thick a layer of top dressing (the rocks on top of the soil) to avoid problems with moisture retention... aim for a layer 1-2 rocks thick, if that's not what you already have. Though it is difficult for an aloe vera to wilt and die, still it can happen. My aloe plant is not growing right. There could be other reasons too, but this is the most common reason.
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